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hy ,, its a just Bayes theorem on histogram data .
and how about Bayesian formula in histogram post@1 .
ok but i am asking about probability .
hy Bobby, from post #1, how can we get probability ?
The histogram is for the eye to get an idea what the data looks like. The data itself is the best thing.
you do the rest. You will see there are more ones than anything else. That is a peak.
Oh u are making me confuse . leave it . now .
Count up each type of data value the way I did in post #4. That is how you get those peaks and valleys. You do not need the histogram.
yes i already showed u data values in my #post 1 .
Do you have the data values? That is how you determine it.
hy no .. . How did say that its peak . We can see it graphically ,